Baba King Nonya Cuisine 50% Off Cash Voucher 3 Apr 2012 UPDATED 10 Apr 2012

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Starts3 Apr 2012 (Tue)Ends9 Apr 2012 (Mon)
LocationPlaza 8 @ CBP Address 1 Changi Business Park Crescent

Indulge in Authentic Nonya Cuisine at half price with this deal: $10 instead of $20 for Cash Voucher at Baba King’s authentic nonya cuisine – that’s 50% off the usual price!

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Peranakan cuisine is a prime example of culinary evolution.

Embark on a culinary adventure to experience for yourself some of the best Singapore Peranakan cuisine on the island only at Baba King! Based on family recipes handed down through the generations, you will be treated to an intoxicating melting pot of culinary creations that truly is a priceless representation of Singapore heritage and culture.

Indulge your taste buds in the tantalizing offerings such as the following signature dishes:

(a) Chicken Buah Keluak

The signature dish in Peranakan cuisine, this chicken stew is made with the infamous black “Buah Keluak” nut of the Kepayang tree. The unique chocolate-nutty flavours of the dish are derived from this mildly toxic nut, which is tediously prepared for consumption.

(b) Chicken Pongteh

This extremely popular traditional chicken stew is characterised by it’s savoury personality from slow brewing in fermented soya beans. A depth of flavour is added from winter bamboo shoot, Chinese mushroom and rock sugar.

(c) Fish Garam Assam

The ever-popular sweet-sour-spicy combination is perfected in this dish where fish fillets are prepared in a rich tamarind gravy enriched with shallots and spiced up with chillies. Okra and eggplant are introduced to perfect the balance of this recipe.

(d) Kristang Beef Devil Curry

This Eurasian-Peranakan speciality is reknowned for its fiery personality and complex flavours that blends East & West perfectly. Chunks of beef are slowly stewed tender in a blend of mustard seeds, chilis, shallots and vinegar for the ultimate fusion dish.

(e) Sambal Prawn

This ubiquitous dish is prepared in a uniquely Peranakan recipe using hot chili padi, shallots, candlenut and perfumed with fresh kaffir lime leaves for that citrusy finish.

(f) Bakwan Kepiting Soup

Arguably one of the most popular Peranakan soups, hand-rolled crab and chicken balls are dunked in a chicken stock enriched with julienned winter bamboo shoot.

(g) Nonya Chap Chye

This mixed vegetable “stew” is a mainstay on Peranakan dining tables. Hand-peeled cabbage leaves, cloud ear fungus and Chinese mushrooms, beancurd skin, cellophane noodles and carrot are brewed in fermented soya bean paste emboldened with garlic.

(h) Spaghetti Sambal Fish

This fusioned one-dish meal has deepfried white fish set atop sauted garlic pasta and drenched under a spicy chili sambal.

(i) Durian Pengat

The Peranakans’ insatiable appetite for durian probably saw to the creation of this decadently rich and pungent dessert. Durian flesh is stewed for hours on low heat in double-creamed coconut milk which is further enriched with treacly gula Melaka and a pinch of salt.

So discover the colourful selection of these traditional dishes alongside some of their very own contemporary creations inspired by the same spirit of culinary experimentation that has evolved Peranakan cuisine into what it has become today.

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